Scott Ferkovich

The baseball writings of SCOTT FERKOVICH have appeared in, the Detroit Free Press,,, and He was a judge for the 2014 Casey Award for best new baseball book of the year. Scott was the editor of the classic SABR book, Detroit the Unconquerable: The 1935 World Champion Tigers, and is willing to listen to cash offers from some of the major studios for the film rights.


SABR BioProject biographies written by Scott Ferkovich

  • Champ Summers
  • Dave Skaggs
  • Hank Greenberg

SABR Games Project stories written by Scott Ferkovich

  • June 23, 1984: The Sandberg Game
  • October 3, 1981: Brewers win half-season championship, reach postseason for first time
  • October 18, 1977: Reggie becomes ‘Mr. October’ with 3 home runs in World Series
  • September 9, 1977: Whitaker and Trammell make their debut
  • June 28, 1976: The Bird captivates the nation
  • April 9, 1974: Padres owner Ray Kroc throws a tirade
  • July 13, 1971: Reggie Jackson hits the light tower in Detroit
  • October 7, 1968: Jose Feliciano lights Tigers’ fire
  • September 14, 1968: Denny McLain’s 30th victory
  • May 1, 1959: Early Wynn homers late, throws one-hitter for White Sox
  • October 3, 1951: The Giants win the pennant!
  • October 8, 1945: ‘Tragedy and Farce’: Stan Hack’s hit in 12th wins Game 6 for Cubs
  • October 7, 1945: Tigers gain World Series edge behind Newhouser’s princely pitching
  • October 6, 1945: Goat, Trout leave Cubs cursed and ‘Dizzy’ in Game 4
  • October 7, 1935: Tigers’ Goose Goslin wins World Series with walk-off single

SABR Journal Articles written by Scott Ferkovich

  • ‘I Thought I Never Would Get There’: The 1935 World Series

SABR Research Topics written by Scott Ferkovich 

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SABR Research Articles written by Scott Ferkovich 

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SABR Ballparks written by Scott Ferkovich 

  • Bennett Park (Detroit)
  • Lane Field (San Diego)
  • Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis)
  • Tiger Stadium (Detroit)
  • Westgate Park (San Diego)
  • Wrigley Field (Chicago)

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